Evidenza Research, through one of our Strategic Partners, provide access to evidence-based reporting/results service that provides Physicians and their Patients with clinical evidence documenting superior outcomes and efficacy of recommended treatments or drugs.


How It Works

  1. Our initial interview process with each Physician enables our team to create a custom “framed” question(s) with you that matches your unique medical research need(s).  Our evidence technologies and analysts will then be able to find and deliver evidence that answers your “framed” question(s).
  2. Submit Your PICO Question (See Examples Below)
  3. Please describe or leave any pertinent, non-HIPAA, or non-patient identifiable information in the description if necessary to help us with your query.
  4. Choose A Payment Option
  5. Upon Payment Confirmation, You’ll Receive Verification of Receipt of Your PICO Question Submission and We’ll Get To Work!
  6. You should receive a one to two page Evidenza DOC REFERENCE Summary via email from us in 1 to 2 business days. Please note, Most PICO Reports, Medical Literature, and Summaries Can Be Queried in 1-2 business days. Dependent upon the complexity and clarity of your PICO question, it may take longer in some cases.
  7. Our standardized summary, depending upon complexity, is usually comprised of a one-page analysis based on one PICO Question at a time.
  8. Our initial interview process with each Physician enables our team to create a custom “framed” question(s) with you that matches your unique medical research need(s). Our evidence technologies and analysts will then be able to find and deliver evidence that answers your “framed” question(s)each summary contains: Your PICO Question.

What You’ll Receive

WHAT IS CONTAINED IN THE SUMMARIES?  EASY to READ SUMMARY REPORTS sourced By Evidenza Analysts.

Our standardized summary, depending upon complexity, is usually comprised of a one-page analysis based on one PICO Question at a time. Each summary contains:

  • Your PICO Question
  • Link(s) to Relevant Study(s)
  • Summary (or Screen Shot) of Relevant Data Specific to Question
  • Call to Action For Doctors (if Applicable)


Let’s get started …